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The Queen sends a message to Canadians to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The Queen has sent a message to Canadians to mark the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, which remembers Indigenous children lost in residential schools and recognizes the system's legacy and impacts. "I join with all Canadians on this first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to reflect on the painful history that Indigenous peoples endured in residential schools in Cana...
Shania Twain narrates new documentary on Indigenous children in foster care
Shania Twain has narrated For Love, a new documentary about Indigenous children in Canada's foster care system, which is set to debut on Sept. 30 with a private ceremony at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The film, which is directed by Matt Smiley, was produced by Mary Teegee, and includes the participation of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. It was executive produced by Gitxsan c...
The best moments from the 2021 JUNOs
The stars came out for the JUNOs, including Justin Bieber, Shania Twain and Jann Arden.
The Weeknd celebrates Black History Month with special donation to Tampa health-care workers
The Weeknd is in Florida as he gears up to headline the 2021 Super Bowl halftime show. Ahead of his performance on Feb. 7 at Raymond James Stadium, the Canadian star showed his support for front-line workers and Black-owned local businesses by donating 150 meals to health care staff at AdventHealth Carrollwood, a hospital located near the stadium. The meals, which were delivered through Postm...
Michael Bublé makes a very special video for Bell Let's Talk Day as celebrities open up about mental health
It's the 11th year of Bell Let's Talk Day, which has the goal of shattering the stigma surrounding mental health by speaking out. As part of the Bell Let's Talk initiative, the company will donate 5 cents to mental health initiatives in Canada for every "applicable text, call, tweet, social media video view and use of [its] Facebook frame or Snapchat filter." Bell is also donating the...
The Weeknd to headline the Super Bowl halftime show in 2021
Cheers to The Weeknd! This has been a huge year for the Canadian superstar, who has blown up the charts throughout 2020 with hits such as "Blinding Lights" and "After Hours." And now he's set to headline the Super Bowl halftime show next year! The man who is known as Abel Tesfaye in his personal life will do the honours in Tampa, Fla. on Feb. 7. "We all grow up watching the world's bi...
Shania Twain stuns with performance of one of her greatest hits at the 2020 CMT Awards
Shania Twain brought the house down at the 2020 CMT Awards with a performance of an old favourite, "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under." The iconic song, which was featured on the country singer's second studio album, 1995's The Woman in Me, brought plenty of good feelings and nostalgia during the Oct. 21 show. It was a special moment because the performance also helped mark the 25th anniversa...
'It's a dream collaboration for me': Shania Twain confirms she'll work with Harry Styles
Canadian superstar Shania Twain has officially confirmed she will collaborate with former One Direction member and heartthrob Harry Styles. Five-time GRAMMY winner Shania appeared on U.K. talk show This Morning on Oct. 5 to share the news with hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. The "Man, I Feel Like a Woman" singer said she and 26-year-old Harry share an immense admiration for...
Shania Twain speaks out on her battle with Lyme disease: 'There was a point where I thought I'd have to accept that I'd never be able to sing again'
Shania Twain's voice is iconic and something fans have listened to for years, so it is terribly sad to hear the Canadian icon feared she might never be able to sing again after her battle with Lyme disease caused nerve damage to her vocal cords. The heartbreaking admission came when the 54-year-old appeared virtually on Loose Women."There was a long time I thought I would never sing again,...
Shania Twain is producing and writing music for a TV adaptation of 'Heart of Texas'
Fans of Shania Twain potentially have new music and a new country TV series to look forward to. The Canadian icon is expanding into TV producing to develop a drama inspired by Debbie Macomber's Heart of Texas novels. Additionally, Shania will write original music for the potential television series. The Heart of Texas novels are a popular book series from the best-selling author. The ...
This week in HELLO! Canada magazine, watch for these stories and much more...
COVER STORY: What's it like to grow up royal?From PRINCE GEORGE to new baby SIENNA, we put the spotlight on the lives of the youngest heirs to the British throne
EXCLUSIVE: With their sons by their side, COUNT CHRISTOPHE and COUNTESS GINA D'ANSEMBOURG invite Hello! inside their beautiful lakeside mansion
EXCLUSIVE: JAMIE LEE CURTIS opens up about marriage, motherhood and her first Halloween movie
EXCLUSIVE: We catch up with Hollywood hearthrob and Dune star TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET
LAST WORD... with actress AMY ADAMS on family life and famous co-stars
Issue 790 of HELLO! Canada reaches newsstands across Canada on Oct. 14; look for it on tablets and AppleNews +, too!
See all the best looks from red carpet events
Every must-see photo from Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge share rare glimpse of elaborate entrance to Kensington Palace
Demi Moore and daughter Scout don jaw-dropping outfits to pay an emotional tribute
Countess Sophie just stunned us all in her chic Victoria Beckham pantsuit
Princess Charlene breaks silence after undergoing final operation
The Queen uses walking stick for first time in 17 years at joint outing with Princess Anne
Prince William expresses concerns for Prince George's generation after son's litter picking experience
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will not return to U.K. for party to honour Princess Diana
Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi take baby Sienna on an autumn stroll around London
Duchess Kate and Prince William join children to brainstorm new ideas to save the planet